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Claire Huangci began her international career at the age of nine. After studying at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, she moved to Germany in 2007 for further studies at the Hannover Musikhochschule, completing them with honours in 2016. Among other prizes, she won the first prize and the Mozart prize at the 2018 Geza Anda Competition. With an irrepressible curiosity and penchant for unusual repertoire, she proves her versatility with a wide range in repertoire spanning from Bach and Scarlatti, to Bernstein, Gulda, and Corigliano. In solo recitals and with international orchestras, Claire has appeared in some of the most prestigious halls such as Carnegie Hall, Paris Philharmonie, Leipzig Gewandhaus, Hamburg Elbphilharmonie or Salzburg Festspielhaus, as well as in renowned festivals including Lucerne Festival, Verbier Festival or Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival.